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The best we could do, obviously, was to illustrate the workings of these categories without being able to establish the extent to which they are employed or the degree of their success. 7 It is for this reason that the illustrations seem like a procession of déjà vu, to which we plead guilty. It is only their juxtaposition that justifies what we have done. 4. We are aware of problems with the scheme: i) It is clear, first of all, that the examples might better have been profiled than pigeon-holed, in the sense that genres such as soap opera, or media events, or Hollywood cinema draw on an assortment of our categories.
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